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From Monday On…

The new batch of Live at Monterey jazz titles, featuring Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk, Sarah Vaughan, and others, is due out this Tuesday.

“The Duke Pearson Songbook” is now archived for online listening. Extracurricular track: the Art Farmer Quintet doing Pearson’s “Is That So?”, available on The Time and the Place/the Lost Concert.

Information about this week’s program, “I Want to Live!”, is now posted, along with the film’s theatrical trailer. Here’s a clip from the movie itself:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjNs56VcAYA

The new batch of Live at Monterey jazz titles, featuring Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk, Sarah Vaughan, and others, is due out this Tuesday.

Check in with Doug, Marc, and the other usual suspects.

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David Brent Johnson

Born in Indianapolis, Indiana, David Brent Johnson moved to Bloomington in 1991. He is an alumnus of Indiana University, and began working with WFIU in 2002. Currently, David serves as jazz producer and systems coordinator at the station. His interests include literature, history, music, writing, and movies.

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